Ádám Kiss

Subjects: Mechatronical Engineering
Division: Numerical Sciences
Position: Module leader
Years: 2017-2018, 2018-2019

Adam studies mechatronical engineering at the Budapest University of Technology and Economics, where he attended his subjects in German language. He spent a semester at the Karlsruhe Institut für Technology. His main interests are space exploration, robotics and control systems theory. In the last couple of years Adam took part in several international competitions, like the World Robot Olympiad, Sustainergy III or the Deuches Multimediapreis für Kinder und Jugendliche. He was amongst the organisers of the First European Space Generation Workshop and was awarded the “50 talented Hungarian Youth” award. Also Adam was involved in the “Soundig Rockets” program at the Technische Universität Dresden, working on test software for a small scale rocket engine. Later he led a team developing a route optimization software for the City management Company Kecskemét with the aim of cutting down garbage collection route lengths for reducing CO2 emissions and fuel costs. Adam spends his free time reading and tinkering with small electronical devices, enjoys vintage audio technique. He likes wall climbing and jogging.